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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
Clutch Henderson is one of the most legendary poker players of all time. He’s playing toward the dream of owning the prestigious gold bracelet. Just moments away from the prize, his dream is squelched by Adam “Ant” in combination with a massive heart attack. Clutch’s life is over. Or is it? When Telly Martin realizes that his own dream of making the big time as a professional card player is actually that…a dream…reality sets in, amazingly in the form of the ghostly Clutch Henderson. Together, Clutch promises, the two of them can and will earn that chunky golden bracelet. Even if winning is the last thing Telly Martin wants to do, presenting the reader with food for thought. Is winning everything?
Pokergeist by Michael Phillip Cash is a fun novel full of twists, turns, laughs, and heartfelt sensitivity. The perfect story for an empty day, Pokergeist draws the reader into the lives of both the living and the dead while tickling at the edges of laugh out loud comedy. This is a page turner that demands attention with the moving dialogue and unexpected developments that make this a fun read for any setting. Michael Phillip Cash demonstrates a masterful talent of writing specific and vivid detail that exhibits the lesson of “show, don’t tell” that so often eludes the writer. While reading Pokergeist, I was fully immersed into the Las Vegas attitude of leaving it all behind within those state borders. Cash has found the perfect balance between fictional reality and playful paranormal genres. I loved this story!